It all started with a single custom drumloop run through dozens of plugins, cut into pieces and rearranged to retrieve several versions that can be layered. That was years ago, using Cubase. Now I took those few short loops and a bunch of other old samples to build a track in Ardour.
For those who came here earlier: The current version is identical to what I called a work in progress, except it went through Jamin for mastering.
The .tar.bz2 file contains the whole Ardour session. It can be unpacked by whatever means your file manager of choice might offer, or with "tar xvjf woxitron_ardour_session.tar.bz2". The audio files within are packed with wavpack. It's best to use a terminal to navigate into woxitron/interchange/beat_processing/audiofiles and use "wvunpack *" to get .wav files (about 237 MB).
It's not only driving, fast percussion with interesting sounds, it's also very nicely arranged. It's one of my favorites, but I'm uncertain about old windows samples. Maybe it's o.k. to use them, the outcome in this case is a nice one. Keep the nice music coming thorwil.